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Google’s DeepMind Gemini is the latest text-based artificial intelligence to challenge OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Gemini will feature multiple large language models (LLMs) of various sizes and bring multimodal capabilities to the Google AI suite. Like ChatGPT, it will also push the boundaries of new innovations in AI technology but is claimed to be more powerful than its rival. However, time will tell which model is more powerful. You might now wonder when Google will release it to try out its latest features against the Chat GPT-4 AI system. Curious about Google Deepmind’s Gemini AI release date estimate? You’re not alone.
What is Google Deepmind Gemini?
The Deepmind Gemini is a large language model (LLM) similar to OpenAI’s GPT-4 – the NLP technology behind ChatGPT . Google plans to release it as an open rival to OpenAI’s model and claims it to be even more powerful. Google also claims that upon its release, it will be capable enough to revolutionize the AI landscape. The cutting-edge technology can learn things far better and will carry enhanced problem-solving capabilities with improved overall performance.
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The Gemini project will aim to tackle difficult problems through algorithms’ deep learning process and reinforcement learning techniques. Most importantly, different fields of work will widely consider its use for future innovations. It could help scientific researchers in their various studies to provide solutions to their problems in climate change, healthcare departments, aviation, food, agriculture, etc.
This system will be based on Deepmind’s prior AlphaGo technology. Deepmind CEO Demis Hassabis has promised it will combine ‘the strengths of AlphaGo-type systems with the amazing language capabilities of the large models’.
Prior to this, Google had already been developing its own AI chatbot, Bard. However, Bard is more of a competitor to Microsoft’s Bing Chat, so an inbuilt feature on a search engine. Deepmind Gemini encompasses more complex areas of AI.
When will Google release Deepmind Gemini?
Currently, there isn’t any fixed date officially announced by Google. The CEO of Google Deepmind, Demis Hassabis, hasn’t given a Gemini AI release date estimate, instead claiming that the artificial intelligence program still has a few months to release. However, different unofficial sources claim it is close to its release date and might be released in October 2023.
Again, remember, these are just speculations, and the actual date may be far from this one. Moreover, the CEO claims it would be more powerful than ChatGPT-4 upon release, but time will prove that.
How Much did it Cost Google to Buy Deepmind?
In early 2014, Google confirmed that it had made deals with DeepMind about its acquisition in the price range between $400-650 million. It was agreed between the two parties that Google would fully take over DeepMind technologies in the set price range.
Is Gemini AI safe?
Google DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis is proactive about high level safeguards in the AI space. “I think more research by the field needs to be done – very urgently – on things like evaluation tests,” he affirms. “I would love to see academia have early access to these frontier models,” and we expect DeepMind to be made available to external scientists as result – perhaps even open-source.
Google’s chatbot project will lead to new scientific discovery, and scepticism in proportion to its prominence. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman shares these concerns, perhaps more fervently so with his role in the Frontier Models Forum. While no one can say for certain that AI – or the course of progress we’re on – is safe, AI safety is a soberly considered topic in big tech. Sarah Hodkinson is the current Principal Program Manager for AI Security & Safety at Google DeepMind.
As we advance further in today’s modern technological AI era, we now see more AI-based programs, chatbots or tools being released. Each of these AI models claims to be better than its rival. The same is the case with Google’s upcoming Deepmind Gemini. Whether or not it would be more powerful than OpenAI’s ChatGPT is a debate of later stage. First, we still need to wait for its release, which Google has still to announce.